Our Mughal Jeweled Rosette Pin is based on the dazzling precious stone–bedecked centerpiece from a 17th-century gold bazuband
(armlet) from northern India, which was later made into a brooch.
24k gold overlay, with glass pearls, glass rubies, glass crystals, green onyx, made with SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS. 2 1/2''L.
- 24k gold overlay, with glass pearls, glass rubies, glass crystals, green onyx
- MADE WITH SWAROVSKI® ELEMENTS
- 2 1/2''L
Art HistoryThe Mughal empire (1526–1858) flourished under a long line of dynamic and highly cultured rulers, who supported some of the greatest achievements of Indian art and architecture. Royal support for court painters, architects, weavers, and goldsmiths led to the development of a distinctive and unified Mughal style. Drawing upon the rich supply of gems and gold in India, craftsmen in the Mughal period mastered an enormous variety of jewelry-making techniques, which survive into the present day.